Exposure

Tuesday | 7:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.

Impact Exposure gives a voice to student groups at Michigan State University and organizations in the East Lansing area. Listen to see what is happening in your community.

Exposure 10/22/13

On Tuesday night’s Exposure, host Abbie Newton speaks with the founder of the Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project and to Vice Admiral Lee Gun about renewable energy in Michigan. On the show we also feature music from the Balé Florcloico da Bahia, the only folk dance group in Brazil that will be performing at the Wharton Center this weekend and Marta Bagratuni an MSU grad who is pursuing her classical music passion in NYC. To end the show, we hear about Safe Halloween on campus. Read More…

Exposure 10.15.13

Today on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks about the government shutdown with Eric Scorsone, an economist and public finance expert. Michigan State University professors, Lorraine Weatherspoon and Elizabeth Quilliam, visit the studio to speak about how advergames promote unhealthy eating. We highlight a new store that opened in Old Town in the summer, and two cast members of Flashdance at Wharton Center share the stage to discuss the Broadway hit.

Exposure 10/8/13

Tonight on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks with Michigan State University Executive Director of Alumni Relations Scott Westerman about Homecoming at MSU. We touch base with a few MSU music composers and we feature their breaks on today’s show. Reporter Miguel Martinez gives us a review of Oktoberfest in Old Town. Later on the show, we will explore the economic and social growth of Africa. And lastly, we hear about the Michigan apple harvest and the Apple Butter Festival at the Fenner Nature Center. Read More…

Exposure 10/1/13

Abbie Newton hosts Exposure on the first night of October. She gets a breakdown of Obamacare and hears about Michigan’s future of renewable energy from a retired Naval Admiral. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs reports on Formula 1 racing at MSU and reporter Miguel Martinez gets a preview of Oktoberfest. To conclude the show, a unique pair from Detroit feature their Michigan-centric remake of a popular song.

Exposure 9/17/13

Today on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks to two Michigan State professors about their research. First, Professor Scott Imberman in the Department of Economics speaks about the significance of the spillover effect of bilingual education. Then professor Bruno Basso from the Department of Geological Studies discusses the importance and usage of MSU’s first unmanned drone. Abbie takes a step outside the studio to talk to Tim Dempsey, East Lansing Planning & Community Development Director, about the city’s proposal to limit the number of seats served alcohol downtown after 12 a.m. Exposure welcomes Old Town Blues Fest Coordinator Ty Liggons to the studio to speak about the 9th year of the festival. Matchette & Frog, a band that will be featured at Blues Fest, also visited the studio. Lastly, we highlight MS80, a band of local high school students that will play at The Loft this weekend.

Exposure 9/10/13

Tonight on Exposure, we hear from an MSU student from Syria about the turmoil in in his home country. We get a recap of the new Broad Art Museum exhibits and welcome back concert. Explore the economic effects of abusive partners. Talk with MSUFCU and COGS about their new partnership at Michigan State University. We close the evening with a performance by the Lansing based band, Desmond Jones. Their music will be playing throughout the show as well.

 

Broad Art Museum celebrates new Hope Gangloff exhibit with lecture, concert

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum celebrated the first full week of school with a new art exhibit and an outdoor concert on Friday, Sept. 6. New York artist Hope Gangloff came to East Lansing for the opening of her contemporary art exhibit at the museum. Community members enjoyed conversations with Gangloff as Wayne Szalinski and The People’s Temple performed in the courtyard.

Photography provided by Colin Marshall

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